Iran Travel Advice And Tips

In recent years Iran has been featured regularly in world news: the nuclear deal, sanctions against Iran, the presidential election in June 2013 when Mr. Rouhani was elected as President was beamed to every corner of the world through official news channels, and on social networking sites. And now, after all negative news The World Travel Market 2015 Industry report said Iran was set to become a tourism hot spot and tourists rushing to discover the riches the country has to offer. If you’re planning your first trip, take on board these Iran travel tips from our experts.

Iranian Saffron - The World’s Most Expensive Spice
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Iranian Saffron - The World’s Most Expensive Spice

Iranian Saffron known as the “red gold”, saffron is a magical ingredient in Persian culture, from aromatic foods and colorful desserts, to the physical and spiritual medicine.
A note at the Iranian Embassy in Germany emphasizes that from September 23, 2018 passports of travellers entering Iran will not being stamped.
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Tourists’ Passports no Longer Stamped in Iran

To alleviate tourists' concerns over US sanctions on individuals visiting Iran, Passports of travellers entering Iran will not being stamped.
Iran Travel and Tours for UK Citizens – Can UK Citizens Travel to Iran?
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Iran Travel and Tours for UK Citizens – Can UK Citizens Travel to Iran?

If you’re wondering whether can UK Citizens travel to Iran and how to visit Iran as an UK Citizens, the answer is yes but not without a host of restrictions.
Persian Gardens - The Beauty of Traditional Iranian Architecture
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Persian Gardens – The Beauty of Traditional Iranian Architecture

The tradition and style of garden design represented by Persian gardens or Iranian gardens has influenced the design of gardens from Andalusia to India and beyond.
Pir Shalyar, an Ancient Ceremony Still Alive In the Mountains of Kurdistan
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Pir Shalyar, an Ancient Ceremony Still Alive In the Mountains of Kurdistan

Filled with rhythmic music, religious chants and ritualistic dances, Pir Shalyar’s wedding is one of the most intact festivals from ancient years.
Blessing of the Grapes ceremony in Tehran
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In pictures: Blessing of the Grapes ceremony in Tehran

Armenian churches in Iran celebrated the religious ceremony dedicated to the Virgin Mary. In Tehran blessing of the Grapes ceremony celebrated in Saint Sarkis Cathedral.
Why should you come to Iran NOW!
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Why should you come to Iran NOW!

Why should you come to Iran NOW! Yes Now is the chance that you can experience the beauty of Iran or buying an elegant Persian carpet as souvenir with half price.
Among The Rice Paddies of Iran – Gilan’s Rice Season
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In Pictures: Among The Rice Paddies of Iran - Gilan's Rice Season

Rice has always been the staple food of the Iranian people, and it plays a crucial role as the essence of Iranian life.
Traveling to Iran with Children
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Traveling To Iran With Children (Part 3: Out & About)

This might be the most challenging task of every single day. You probably will be surprised to see how people can cross such busy streets just by walking in between cars.
Iran drinks chaiee
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Drinks You Should Try When Traveling to Iran

There are many tasty drinks which are non-alcoholic in Iran that you should try when traveling to this country
Fun places for kids in Tehran
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Best Fun Places for Kids in the Capital of Iran

If you are planning a trip to Tehran with your kids we have some places where you can spend some quality time with your children.
Darakeh, Tehran
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Where to experience young Iranian life in the capital of Iran

Many who travel to Iran are shocked by the actual image of Iranian everyday life which is contrary to their expectations created from the untrue reflection of the media.
Iran Desert Garmeh and Mesr Desert, Iran
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Exploring the nature in the desert of “Mesr”

The desert of “Mesr” has taken its name from a simple and free-standing village of the same name, which is located nearby.
The bride of flowers; a Gilani ceremony to welcome the spring
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The bride of flowers; a Gilani ceremony to welcome the spring

Aroos-e Gooli or Naz Khanoom in Persian, which means the bride’s flower, is a symbol of the spring and the beautiful nature in this season; therefore, they choose their dress from the variety of colors of this season.
Small Group Tours Iran
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What’s your travel style? Are you into group tours or solo travel to Iran?

Are you going to hit the road to Iran and no one is going to join you? Here's what to know when you're planning your next trip to Iran.